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Virtual Report Launch: Common Code: An Alliance Framework for Democratic Technology Policy

Oct 21, 2020
11:00am to 12:30pm

On October 21, 2020, the Center for a New American Security hosted the launch of the Technology and National Security Program's new report, "Common Code: An Alliance Framework for Democratic Technology Policy."


Keynote featuring:

Marietje Schaake
International Policy Director
Cyber Policy Center
Stanford University

With featured speakers:

Richard Fontaine
Center for a New American Security

Akira Amari
Research Commission on the Tax System
Liberal Democratic Party

Keynote Q&A and panel discussion moderated by:

Kylie Atwood
National Security Correspondent

Panel discussion featuring:

Rebecca Arcesati
Mercator Institute for China Studies

Shin Oya
Senior Consulting Fellow
Asia Pacific Initiative

Martijn Rasser
Senior Fellow
Technology and National Security Program
Center for a New American Security

Ainikki Riikonen
Research Assistant
Technology and National Security Program
Center for a New American Security

About this report

This report is a part of the Technology Alliance project, which aims to regain the initiative in the global technology competition through strengthening cooperation between like-minded countries, protecting and preserving key areas of competitive technological advantage, and promoting collective norms and values around the use of emerging technologies.

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